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CHURCHES

Treatment Of

Migrants

The current "Church Stan- dard" refers to "undeniable examples of hardship" on

migrants

"Husbands are separated from wives, sometimes by hundreds vlf miles," it states "Men who were given a guarantee that husbands and wives would remain together found too late that the guarantee was 'unofficial' Married men who came out alone were informed on arrival that they must wait two years for their

wives.

Both husbands and wives ire exposed to tcmpt-ttions that in many ciscs must lead to sexual irregu lanty or repression "

The community and the Church were challenged to investigation, and protest, it concludes

CONFIRMATION.

The Auxiliary Bishop to Cardinal Gilroy, Dr Ens O Brien, will ad minister the Sacrament of Confir mation to morrow afternoon at Campsie, Auburn and Harris Park

The Rev Father Chirles Keller, of the professon ii snff of St Pat ricks College, Manly, will preach during the 11 o clock High Mass to morrow in St Mary's Cathedral

A community of nine French Carmelite Nuns has, at the invita- tion of the Bishop of Wilcannia Forbes, Dr T Fox, formed a tem ponry foundation at Parkes

The annual meeting 8f the Church Missionary Society's League of Youth will be held to night at 8 in the CENE F Auditorium The spciker is the Ven Archdeacon H S Kidner, of the Tanganyika

Mission

Preachers at St Andrew's Cath- edral to morrow will be the Rev ARA Freeman at 11 am and the Rev Bernard G Judd at 7 15

pm

The second lecture in the new series on ' Sex and Marriage" will be given in the Chapter House next Tuesday at 5 30 p m

Major General the Rev C A Osborne will speak on Pandit Nehru in the Chapter House on Thursday at 5 30 p m in the series "Great Contemporaries "

The Moderator the Rt Rev D

J Flockhart will preach at the Jubilee Service of the Gladesville Presbyterian Church to morrow at 11 am, and at Maroubra at 7 15

p m

At St Stephen's, Macquarie Street, the Rev A P. Tory, M A , will be the preacher at both ser-

vices to morrow

Scots Church, Sydney, will cele- brate its 123rd anniversary to-mor- row The Rev Dr R Menzies, of Glasgow, will preach, and the Scots College and Scottish societies will be represented at the morning ser-

vice

The annual religious service of the Loyal Orange Institution will be held in the Sydney Town Hall to morrow at 2 30 p m It is to be broadcast over 2CH

Services will be broadcast by 2CH to-morrow from the Salva- tion Arm/ Citadel, Dulwich Hill, at 11 i m, and the Waverley Meth- odist Church at 7 15 pm.

The president of the Baptist Union. Mr A C Joyce. CBE, will conduct the morning service at West Ryde to-morrow, and the evening service at Concord

South Hurstville Methodist Church choir of 50 voices, under the baton of Kenneth Stenton will give a festival of music m the Para- mount Theatre South Hurstvdle, to morrow at 3 pro

APPOINTMENTS.

Church of England- The Ven K J Clements B A Archdeacon of Goulburn to be Bishop Coadjutor of Goulburn (consecration service held in St, Andrews Cathedral, Sydney, on St Peter's Day, June

29)

The Rev W E Boyldew (Bom- bala) to be rector of Young, the Rev R Chapple (Rozelle) to be rector St Peter's, Hornsby, the Rev N R Edwards to be rector, Adelong, the Rev Rupert ┬┐lorth, formerly rector of Leeton and hon canon of St Paul's Cathedral, Hay, to be rector of St Augustine's, Shepparton (Vic)

Jewish: Rabbi Dr R Brasch to be Chief Minister of Temple Eman uel, Woolhhra

RESIGNATIONS.

Church of England: The Rev A Dyer, rector of Austinmer the Rev J G S Robertson, of Milton, from July 31, because of ill health

Religious Advertisements, p. 21

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